Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin startup

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Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin startup

Postby desgordon » 11. December 2014 18:45

I have an XAMP installation where the defaul Apache port number was changed to 8000. Now when I try to apen mysql admin I get an error telling me that the requested URL was not found on the server.However, I notice that the request seem to have been made on port 8080.

Is there a way to fix this?
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Re: Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin sta

Postby Nobbie » 11. December 2014 19:08

desgordon wrote:I have an XAMP installation where the defaul Apache port number was changed to 8000.


Why? It is not recommended to change the HTTP Default Port (80 and 443 for HTTPS) unless there is no other solution.

desgordon wrote:Now when I try to apen mysql admin I get an error telling me that the requested URL was not found on the server.


How did you try open MySQL Admin and which was the requested URL?

desgordon wrote:However, I notice that the request seem to have been made on port 8080.


This looks very very strange, as you did not specify Port 8080 for Apache, instead Port 8000. Are you sure about that?
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Re: Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin sta

Postby Altrea » 11. December 2014 19:40

We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

It's like porn for programmers 8)
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Re: Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin sta

Postby desgordon » 11. December 2014 21:23

Hello Nobbie,

To answer your question:

"Why did you change the default port"

I didn't. I believe that a support technician who installed a package called OrangeHrm on a new installation did.

"How did you try open MySQL Admin and which was the requested URL?"
I clicked on Admin button in the XAMP Control panel.

"This looks very very strange, as you did not specify Port 8080 for Apache, instead Port 8000. Are you sure about that?"

Not sure.
But when I click on the Admin button in the XAMP control panel the URL in the browser window that display the error message is http://localhost:8080/error_404.hsp?redirected=

Thanks for your post.
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Re: Does changing the Apache port affect the mysql admin sta

Postby Nobbie » 11. December 2014 22:52

desgordon wrote:I didn't. I believe that a support technician who installed a package called OrangeHrm on a new installation did.


In that case, you (or your employer) should ask OrangeHrm or whoever is responsible for your network. We are a very small forum with a very small amount of helpfull users, meant for private people only and we give free support for these people, but we cannot give free support to professional companys.
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